Following the release of iOS 14.3 last month, Apple today stopped signing iOS 14.2 and iOS 14.2.1 – which was only available for iPhone 12 models. This means that users who have updated their devices to iOS 14.3 can no longer downgrade to iOS 14.2.
Among all the changes in iOS 14.3, the most notable is the addition of the ProRAW photo format for the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Apple announced the ProRAW feature for new iPhones at its October event last year, but the feature wasn’t released until months later.
As for iOS 14.2, the updates brought new emojis, more wallpapers, and support for the HomePod Intercom feature. iOS 14.2.1 arrived a few days later with specific bug fixes for iPhone 12 models.
Rolling back to older iOS versions is common for those with jailbroken devices. Restoring an iPhone or iPad to a previous version of iOS can sometimes be helpful for users who encounter significant bugs after upgrading to the latest version of iOS.
If you have experienced serious issues with iOS 14.3, you will unfortunately have to wait for a future update rather than upgrading to iOS 14.2. The only possible downgrade at the moment is from the recently released iOS 14.4 beta to iOS 14.3.
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